Mapping Strong numbers onto the text of Hebrew Bible (Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, BHS, 5th edition)
We are currently reviewing this dataset at: https://github.com/eliranwong/OpenHebrewBible. We expect a major update in coming weeks / months.
This file is our latest work at Open Hebrew Bible Project
In our extended version of Strong's numbers, six extended entries are not found in original Strong's number conventions.
They are H9003, H9004, H9005, H9008, H9000, H9009.
File extended-sn-H9003_H9004_H9005_H9008_H9000_H9009.csv explains what they are.
The conventions used here are in line with extended entries used in our Unabriddged BDB Hebrew Lexicon and Tyndale Brief lexicon of Extended Strongs for Hebrew.
The Hebrew text shown in SHEBANQ is taken from: Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, edited by Karl Elliger and Wilhelm Rudolph, Fifth Revised Edition, edited by Adrian Schenker, © 1977 and 1997 Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, Stuttgart.
(Source of Hebrew text and ETCBC lexemes: github.com/ETCBC/text-fabric-data/tree/master/hebrew/etcbc4c)
The creators of the linguistic annotations that drive SHEBANQ, the ETCBC, want to facilitate optimal access to their data by researchers. All operations that are needed for the scholarly process are allowed. You are allowed to download the data and the code, build your own workflows on top of the data and even to redistribute your versions of the data and the code.
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Version of ETCBC data used in this mapping: 4c
(more details at: shebanq.ancient-data.org/sources)